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Professional Driver Improvement Course – 3 Demerit Reduction Online Training (Alberta Only)
|100 - 250||$19.00 off||$108.95|
|251 +||$32.00 off||$95.95|
This program is designed specifically for professional truck drivers. It is a government-approved program that is highlighted by Fleet Safety International’s internationally recognized SAFER System of defensive driving. Successful participants receive a 3 demerit reduction off their license.
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Fully Approved 3 – Demerit Reduction
Begin your training in minutes
Start and stop training at your convenience
Printable PDIC certificate of completion
24/7 365 access to online training
Minimum 6 hours as per Alberta Government regulations
Testing conducted in this online PDIC 3 Demerit Reduction Program is designed to reinforce the information presented. A mark of 80% must be achieved to qualify for a 3 demerit point reduction from an Alberta operator’s license. If 80% or greater is not achieved, you will be allowed to re-attempt the exam after a 24-hour cooldown period.
These secondary attempts are manually issued during business hours only. If your 24 hour period is reached outside of standard business hours, you will be issued access the morning of the next business day.
**Should you be unsuccessful at the second attempt, you will be required to repurchase the course.
PROGRAM CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION:
Alberta residents who achieve the required passing mark and have filled out and submitted the form at the end of the course will receive an Alberta course completion certificate. Please note it may take up to 10 business days to receive this completion certificate.
- SAFER System of Defensive Driving
- Adverse Conditions
- Two Vehicle Crashes
- Railroad Collisions
- Bicycle and Motorcycle Collisions
- Road Rage
- Cellular Phone Research
- Fatigue and Driving
- Inattention and Distraction
- Drinking, Drugs and Driving • Roll Over Collisions
- Gravel Road Driving
- Advanced Driving Principals
- Driving and Technology
- Anti-Lock Brakes and Air Bags
- Skid Control Theory
- Backing Collisions
- Deer Collisions
- Pedestrian Collisions
- Jack Knifing